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The outbreak of the novel coronavirus is daunting, not only to the lives of human beings but also to businesses that currently base much of their production of goods and trade through China. The impact of the virus has caused many Chinese factories to halt operations and require employees to stay home. Goods manufactured in China with the intent of being sold in the United States are currently being intercepted and set aside as a safety precaution despite ongoing arguments that the virus is not spreadable through the mail. Businesses such as Amazon are voluntarily halting the distribution of Chinese products in an attempt to prevent the spread of the virus further. The chain reaction of actions like this will most likely continue until more is known about the virus and how it’s transmitted. The negative repercussions of the coronavirus to the stock market and e-commerce businesses are already evident.
Now that ADA compliance for websites is becoming a necessity, it’s important to know whether your website is indeed compliant to the law, or if you’ll need to make changes to your website to meet ADA standards. Below we’ll also show you examples of websites that are ADA compliant and then explain what can be done to ensure that your website meets those standards.   The ultimate objective of ADA compliance is a website that will be easily accessible for any and all users, including those who are visually or hearing impaired or who have other disabilities. To be able to share your website with all audiences, adjustments to your site will most likely need to be made, which will vary anywhere from the conversion of PDFs to close captioning for video. Below, we’ll cover each of those ADA compliance adjustments for you.
Making mistakes on your website both visually and grammatically can be detrimental to your business. You should have no fear however; it is a common problem for almost anyone who creates a website or posts a blog on the internet. Statistically, 54% of websites contain spelling mistakes and a single spelling mistake on a site can cause conversion rates to drop by as much as 72%.   Having spelling and grammatical mistakes on your website can destroy the credibility of your business or organization. In an attempt to educate why it’s important to make sure your website is free of mistakes, here are some examples of ways that websites can wreck their image through spelling mistakes, and reasons or ways to correct those mistakes professionally:

  The American Disabilities Act became effective in 1990 and serves to protect individuals with disabilities against discrimination in areas of public life including jobs, schools, transportation, and all public and private places that are open to the general public such as websites. It serves as...

Non-compliance to ADA law can be a costly endeavor for a business looking to improve their digital presence. Since 2017, there has been a 177% increase in website accessibility lawsuits in Federal Court, costing businesses up to millions of dollars in fines and settlements. Websites that have not ensured their compliance to ADA law run a high risk of being sued, making it ever more important to hold ADA compliance in high regard as a website owner or operator.

According to Forbes, going the extra mile with a custom website is worth it to ensure your business has a unique look and feel, future options to customize, and the full SEO benefits available.

Having an up-to-date, eye-catching website is a key element to a successful business in the modern marketplace. Your business’s website should build your credibility, reflect your values and mission, and showcase your expertise in the industry.
You use security measures for the important things you use every day – a key for your home and car, a passcode for your smartphone, and password protection for your online accounts. Given how much thought you put into the protection of your personal items, shouldn’t you have safeguards for your business’s website as well? No matter what kind of business you run, your company’s website should utilize an SSL certificate. If you don’t already have one, you’re putting your website at risk of a security breach. Worse still, your customers’ personal information could be compromised.
Your website is a virtual representation of your business and should reflect your business brand as well as its expertise, mission statement, and client base. Be sure to keep the following in mind when designing your business website:
When you’re strolling in an outlet mall, you might find yourself browsing each store’s selections without ever going inside – also known as window shopping. Window shopping gives would-be patrons the opportunity to see if they like the look of a store, some of the offerings on display, and the pricetags associated with the items that stand out to them. Now that more and more shoppers are turning to the Internet for their shopping needs, businesses owners should think of their websites as digital storefronts that showcase their goods and services. This makes it even more important to ensure that your website is one that will attract visitors and turn them into longtime customers.